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7 years ago  ::  Oct 29, 2007 - 1:01PM #1
religionfree
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This YouTube video shows a pre-invasion Iraq that most people think of when discussing Iraq.  However, as reality-defined as U.S. Government reality-has set in, the REAL picture is totally different and will be so forever more. 

Life in Iraq before the U.S. invasion:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bC4EJ8Jlck0&NR

The picture at this site, makes one wonder what is the situation.  Are these military people who are not supporting the invasion?  Are these military people who choose to see Iraq removed from the map?  Have they finally come to the conclusion that our current embarrasstration need straight jackets?  What's going on here?

A photo message from Iraq's occupiers:

http://iraqupdate.wordpress.com/2007/10 … occupiers/
"When I don't know who I Am, I follow You
When I know who I am, You & I are One"

Namaste
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 29, 2007 - 3:11PM #2
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photo message from Iraq's occupiers:

http://iraqupdate.wordpress.com/2007...our-occupiers/ 


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7 years ago  ::  Oct 29, 2007 - 9:34PM #3
religionfree
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[QUOTE=browbeaten;30648]photo message from Iraq's occupiers:

http://iraqupdate.wordpress.com/2007...our-occupiers/ 


Don[/QUOTE]

Sorry Don.  I'm not understanding your post.  My link opens just fine. 

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"When I don't know who I Am, I follow You
When I know who I am, You & I are One"

Namaste
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 29, 2007 - 9:34PM #4
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[QUOTE=browbeaten;30648]photo message from Iraq's occupiers:

http://iraqupdate.wordpress.com/2007...our-occupiers/ 


Don[/QUOTE]

Sorry Don.  I'm not understanding your post.  My link opens just fine. 

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"When I don't know who I Am, I follow You
When I know who I am, You & I are One"

Namaste
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7 years ago  ::  Oct 30, 2007 - 10:49AM #5
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My original post did not display???  My statement was that I found it interesting that the picture was cropped at the word Iraq.  I wonder what the rest of the message may have said.
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